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2016/10/03· •It can completely mix the ‘shrink mixed’ concrete i.e. the concrete which is partially mixed in central batching plant and mixing plant while it is moving or stationary. 9. PARTS OF TRANSIT MIXER DRUM AND BLADES The mixing drum is made of high abrasion resistant steel and blades of high abrasion resistant alloy steel to mix any type of ready mix concrete and to discharge it smoothly.
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RMC BATCHING PLANT Concrete for 21st Century construction Akasha Nayak 1401293001 Civil Engg, 8th Sem SSEC CONTENTS • Process of Manufacture of Concrete • Mixing of concrete • Transporting of concrete • Concrete pump • Placing concrete • Compaction of concrete • Curing of concrete • Finishing of concrete • Strength of concrete • Conclusion PROCESS OF MANUFACTURE OF CONCRETE
2020/09/26· RMC is a type of concrete manufactured in a factory according to a set recipe or as per specifications of the customer, at a centrally located batching plant. History of Ready Mix Concrete Ready-mix concrete was first patented in Germany in 1903, its commercial delivery was not possible due to lack of transportation needs.